10 Most Beautiful Islands To Include In Your Thailand Tour

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Thailand's islands, such as Phuket, Koh Samui, and Koh Phi Phi, offer stunning beaches, vibrant marine life, and rich cultural experiences. They also have luxurious resorts, lively nightlife, and diverse activities like diving, snorkelling, and exploring temples and traditional villages.

Boat at a beach in Krabi, Thailand | Shutterstock


Phuket, Thailand's largest island, offers pristine beaches, vibrant nightlife, rich cultural landmarks, water sports, delicious street food, seafood, cultural shows at Phuket FantaSea, and traditional Thai temples.

A view of the Phuket island | Shutterstock

Koh Samui

Koh Samui is famous for its beaches, luxury resorts, and vibrant nightlife in Chaweng. Don't miss the Big Buddha Temple and Fisherman's Village in Bophut. Explore waterfalls and visit Ang Thong Marine Park. Try local delicacies like green curry and fresh coconut water.

Mu Ko Ang Thong is a marine national park in the Gulf of Thailand in Surat Thani Province | Shutterstock

Koh Phi Phi

Koh Phi Phi, famous for "The Beach," offers stunning limestone cliffs, clear waters for snorkelling and diving, and must-see attractions like Maya Bay, Viking Cave, and Monkey Beach. The island also has a lively nightlife and diverse dining options.

View of a beach at Koh Phi Phi | Shutterstock

Koh Tao

Koh Tao is famous for its vibrant coral reefs, abundant marine life, and laid-back vibe. Visitors can dive, hike to viewpoints, and relax on beaches. Local Thai restaurants offer delicious seafood and traditional dishes.

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Koh Lanta

Koh Lanta offers tranquil beaches like Klong Dao and Kantiang Bay, mangrove exploration, a charming old town with wooden houses, local seafood, and access to nearby diving spots in the Andaman Sea.

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Koh Phangan

Koh Phangan is famous for its Full Moon Parties at Haad Rin Beach, attracting party-goers from around the world. Beyond the nightlife, the island offers beautiful beaches, yoga retreats, and waterfalls like Than Sadet. Enjoy fresh seafood and traditional Thai cuisine at local eateries.

Beach seen through a cliff at Koh Phangan | Shutterstock

Koh Chang

Koh Chang, part of a national park, features dense jungles, waterfalls, and beaches like White Sand Beach. Activities include hiking, diving, and elephant trekking. Visitors can explore fishing villages and savour seafood dishes and Thai curries.

A look at a lighthouse at Koh Chang | Shutterstock

Koh Similan

Koh Similan is part of the Similan Islands, a renowned diving destination with crystal-clear waters and vibrant coral reefs. The island is perfect for snorkelling, diving, and exploring marine life. It offers a natural and serene experience with simple local food available.

A view of Koh Similan | Shutterstock

Koh Yao Noi

Koh Yao Noi offers serene beaches, a traditional lifestyle, kayaking, biking, and mangrove forest exploration. Visitors can experience authentic Southern Thai cuisine through homestays and local markets.

An aerial view of Koh Yao Noi | Shutterstock

Koh Samet

Koh Samet is famous for its white sandy beaches, clear blue waters, and laid-back atmosphere, perfect for relaxation. Don't miss the stunning sunsets at Ao Phrao Beach.

Wat Koh Kaew Phitsadan in Koh Samet | Shutterstock

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